Janera, who obviously lives in some crazy future world where it's Wednesday, has posted another episode of Wednesday Wickedness, this time derived from the words of the semi-famous Heather Locklear. I know. I don't write them, I just recycle them. Ahem.
1. "With a parent, it's always guilt. You want to be there, but you kind of also want to be here." Tell us about a time where you had to be selfish with your time, and felt guilty about it (whether it was time taken from your children or a S/O).
Every moment of every day. I never feel like I'm doing enough.
2. "Sex appeal is not on purpose." Do you feel that you can create more sex appeal or that it's just a given?
I think it's like any talent, like a jump shot or a good batting eye. You can't increase the gift, but you can nurture it and maximize it and get the most out of it.
3. "One man is not enough." Has there ever been a time when monogamy seemed difficult?
No. Being unattractive really helps on this score.
4. "I think I've always been good so God wouldn't strike me dead." Do your religious beliefs really influence your behavior?
I guess. I try to live the right way.
5. "You just have to forgive them for being men." Do you feel there are some things in a S/O that you can't change because of their sex?
Yes. And I've been married far too long to expand any further on that.
6. "When I look in the mirror I see the girl I was when I was growing up, with braces, crooked teeth, a baby face and a skinny body." Do you see a younger less secure person when you gaze in the mirror?
No. I see a scared old person.
7. “I was a pregnant vixen.” If you have ever been pregnant, or have been with a woman who was, how did effect your sex life?
Absolutely, positively, without hesitation, not a bit of comment.
8. “Everything needs to be worked on...” What would you like to work on to become a better person?
Weight and mental attitude. I do find it comforting that such a beautiful woman finds herself correctable.
9. "From an early age, I was aware of what America meant, and how the Marines at Camp Pendleton were ready to defend us at a moment's notice. I also remember what fabulous bodies those troops had." When did you think that you understood the sacrifices that people in the military make on behalf of their country?
Still working on it. Their level of sacrifice is impossible for me to understand.
10. "The bigger the better. Do I dare say that!?" In your experience, is there truth here?
Even less than no comment.